Briston & West is boosting the number of full-time advisers on its books by 50 and the number of mort...
B&W says the moves will help broaden the range of products its customers have access to.
The link to Zurich means products under brand names such as Threadneedle and Allied Dunbar will be available.
B&W will, however, be severing its ties to Eagle Star, also part of the Zurich group, which will be focusing on the IFA market.
The overall tie with Zurich gives the latter access to customes at B&W's 132 branches.
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